Date: Fri, 6 Feb 1998 22:10:07 -0800
From: "Sean" <menopsamcom>
Subject: Re: Bigtime SAAB group advice needed


Eh? Well, thanks for the advise and it is taken. In reality, though, I do place a certain character value on my belongings. I'm just a college student and I might just buy a new car, but believe me, I've never strayed from reality. Reality is, the Saab guys sure make a safe and unique car and that's gotta count for something. Sean. Tune wrote in message <01bd3354$39c197e0$970ce6cdnopsamte>... >Jasper Automotive in Ohio qutes $1500.00 for this transmission >remanufactured with a nice warranty. The T-5 transmission in my GMC pickup >was remanufactured with a nationwide warranty for $450.00. What am I >missing here? Park the shitbox and come back to reality; yupporamma! > >Esplendito <chachanopsamdeloop.com> wrote in article ><34d7f92d.0nopsamah.olywa.net>... >> >> Sean wrote in message <34d57952.0nopsamord>... >> >I own a 1980 3-dr 5sp turbo which I bought 4 years ago for $350. Since >> >then, I have rebuilt the entire clutch system, put in new brakes, a new >> >water pump, a new exhaust system, and replaced countless cosmetic parts. > I >> >really like the car and believe it has so much character. The problem >now >> >is that my clutch is going out again, my fuel pump is on it's last leg, >and >> >when I put the car in reverse it pops out with a loud bang. When I went >to >> >a local shop, Scandia Autosport, they estimated about $3000 to fix. It >has >> >come down to the choices of paying to fix my car up or go with a new >car... >> >I'm stuck... Help, please... >> >> >> Did Scandia Autosport quote $3000 to fix the Reverse problem, or all the >> problems. I'm curious because my '86 900 has a more pronounce problem >with >> reverse, and sometimes in 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th. Obviously the >> transmission has a major problem. I called Scandia Autosport and they >> estimated between $1800 and $2000 to rebuild the transmission. This has >> been the most reasonable estimate so far. I just wish that I had >$2000...I >> miss my SAAB! >> >> Steve >> >> >>

Return to Main Index

The content on this site may not be republished without permission. Copyright © 1988-2020 - The Saab Network - saabnet.com.
For usage guidelines, see the Saabnet.com Mission and Purpose Page.
[Contact | Site Map | Saabnet.com on Facebook | Saabnet.com on Twitter | Shop Amazon via TSN | Site Donations]